Sunshine Coast Council’s 2019 Kids in Action program has been recognised for the role it played in building deeper connections between the Jinibara and Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi First Nations people and our region’s children, by winning the Queensland Reconciliation Award for partnership.
Sunshine Coast Council has delivered a fun, bright and lively look for Russell Family Park in Montville featuring an inviting cone-structured playground standing just under 10 metres high with butterflies eclipsing the tip of the equipment.
The Morrison Government is supporting jobs in the residential construction sector on the Sunshine Coast with the introduction of the new HomeBuilder program.
Queensland gyms can open their doors to even more Queenslanders after the Chief Health Officer’s approval of a Fitness Industry COVID Safe Plan.
Sunshine Coast residents are being urged to make use of a much-needed staycation in their own backyard for their next winter holiday as the region’s holiday parks roll out the welcome mat for everyone.
From today, Queenslanders can book and enjoy a camping getaway in the state’s National Parks, forests and recreation areas, following the Chief Health Officer’s approval of the necessary COVID-19 plan.
With COVID-19 lockdowns severely disrupting the Australian job market, the USC Business School has stepped forward to provide free assistance to those applying for jobs.
Sunshine Coast charity STEPS Group in Caloundra will help secure sustainable jobs for vulnerable younger veterans on the Sunshine Coast following a grant of $103,452 from the Federal Government.
Nine local representatives with strong community links have come together today at The Events Centre, Caloundra for the first meeting of Sunshine Coast Council’s new Community Strategy Leadership Group (CSLG).
Some of Noosa’s skate parks, picnic shelters and larger playgrounds will reopen this week, in line with the easing of COVID-19 restrictions.